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Tylzycki is a Polish, yellow cheese made from cow's milk. It is a semi-hard cheese that is a variety of Tilsiter. However, in a 1997 study of 15 Polish cheeses, this came out as one of the three softest and one of two with the lowest cohesiveness and springiness.
- ↑ "Codex International Individual Standard For Tilsiter"
- ↑ "Texture characteristics of some polish cheeses", Polish journal of food and nutrition sciences (Pol. j food nutr. sci.) ISSN 1230-0322
- Image of the Tylzycki label, Tout Un Frimage ...